The best way to stay up to date on current events and information regarding Oaks of Weymouth is to subscribe to the newsletter. We publish every other month, and subscribers get an email blast when the latest one is ready.
Learn about community happenings, see upcoming events, and read articles of interest on a wide range of topics. If you’re new to our publication, click here to subscribe now. If you are missing email notifications from us, please check your spam folder.
Everyone at Oaks of Weymouth is excited about the arrival of spring and everything that comes with it! For updates on four-sided home inspections, amenity openings, and more for the spring season, keep reading.
The Community Office will be closed on Friday, April 2 in observance of Good Friday and Monday, May 31 for Memorial Day. However, the sales office may be open. Be sure to check with them about appointments or tours.
If you’ve been trying to reduce the amount of dairy in your diet, a great and easy way to start is with milk itself. With these non-dairy alternatives, you’re sure to find one that fits your budget and lifestyle. Not only are there health benefits to reducing your dairy intake, but you also reduce your carbon footprint- it’s a win-win!
Our COVID vaccine clinic, held March 15, was a great success! We are pleased, as well as grateful, that we were able to offer the vaccine in our own clubhouse for our residents, and we look forward to hosting future clinics if available. A huge thank you goes out to Gina Higbee and the Acorn Association Board for their collaboration with the clinic.
Did you know Hometown America and Oaks of Weymouth offer a referral fee to residents who assist in the sale of a home at Oaks of Weymouth? Earn a referral fee of up to $500 for a new Hometown America home sale. Keep reading for more details!
We are very happy to welcome group and club activities back to the clubhouse! We are following the state’s phased reopening guidelines, but please remember to continue taking the necessary precautions. Keep reading to see what’s available.
Can you say you feel well-rested every day? Not only does sleeping soundly help improve your mood, but it also boosts your immune system, increases healthy digestion, helps your day-to-day productivity, and more. If you’re ready, check out these easy solutions to help you get a good night’s sleep, every night!
Don’t miss our beautiful new floor plans with innovative features like farmer sinks, soft close drawers, LED lighting, and more. Plus, we still have plenty of open lots to custom build your home. You can also purchase one of our brand-new, turn-key ready model homes on the ground. Set up your tour today!
Several amenities at the Clubhouse have reopened with updated restrictions in place to ensure the health and safety of our residents and staff. To learn which amenities are available and how to access them, read on!
We are excited to announce that the community pool is scheduled to open for the season Monday, May 24 at 9 a.m. We will be following the guidelines set forth by the New Jersey Department of Health. To learn more about hours, COVID-19 guidelines, and pool rules, keep reading.
As L. Frank Baum says, “the road to the City of Emeralds is paved with yellow brick”, and we’re taking that to mean improving your personal palace starts with accents of yellow! Brighten up a room with this happy color through accents like picture frames or throw pillows, or even go bold with an area rug or couch. With all these ideas, there’s sure to be something you love.
Each spring and summer, from May through September, we award one home the coveted Yard of the Month award. To learn what the prize entails and how to be nominated, read on!
In recent months we have seen more feral and stray cats in our community. While we are working with local Animal Control to remedy the situation, there are a few things you can do to help. Keep reading to find out more.
We appreciate all residents adhering to the waste collection schedule and procedures. Keep reading to view the April/May trash pick-up calendar, along with other details.
If you’re tired of buying limp produce from chain supermarkets, consider looking into ways to purchase local. Whether it be grocery stores that offer local products, farmers markets, or small mom-and-pop stores, you never know where you can find something special! The benefits of eating fresh, local produce are numerous; not only for your health but for your city’s economy as well.
We are now accepting a limited number of resident listings for 2021. Residents who list their homes with our sales team will be featured on the Hometown America Website and on the MLS along with full, visible signage placement on the property. For more information, please contact Sales Consultant Sheneva Paz.
As a friendly reminder, smoking is prohibited on Oaks of Weymouth property, including our buildings, facilities, porches, and walkways throughout the community. It applies to all employees, residents, customers, and vendors, at all times, including non-business hours.
Food banks are a valuable community asset. Not only do they provide food to those in need, but they also assist in preventing food waste. Read on to learn about local food pantries and how you can contribute.
If you’ve binged every crime show on Netflix and you need a new mystery fix, we have the perfect option. With these Mystery Subscription Boxes, you can have new cases sent to your home whenever you want and solve mysteries from your couch. Use the materials to follow the clues and solve the case- you’ll be the newest Sherlock Holmes.
If you’ve changed your phone number or email address, please let us know. Give us a call or stop by the office with your new information so we can keep you in the loop for all things Oaks of Weymouth. Read more for our emergency information.
As a reminder, you must obtain written approval from Oaks of Weymouth before making any exterior changes to your home or lot, prior to any permits or vendors. Exterior Modification forms are available at the management office. Please contact us if you are unsure whether a project requires approval.
Our troops are in need of everyday items, so we’ve set up a donation box in the Clubhouse to send to those in need. For a list of what items are most needed and how to donate, keep reading.
Calling all knitters! Many Residents are knitting scarves for the homeless, as well as throws for veterans, and baby blankets for infants. Yarn has been donated for the projects and can be picked up by calling Sylvia Mahana at (609) 476-4270. If you don’t knit, but still want to help, please consider donating yarn. For more information, please contact Sylvia.
The days of peanut butter reigning as the sandwich spread champion are over, as there are now so many different kinds of nut butter alternatives, all claiming to be the healthiest. While it can seem impossible to keep track of all the different health benefits, we’re here with the ultimate guide to finding the nut butter best for your lifestyle - from flavor to protein to fat content. There are even easy homemade options to reduce preservatives! Read on for the full analysis.
There are plenty of guides out there telling you how to save money with coupons, but what if you didn’t need them? Paper coupons are a hassle to cut and easy to forget, and online coupons can be difficult to find and use. With these tips, you can start saving money on your weekly shopping in no time.